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Redirect problem after successful login and assign user level

Thread began 1/07/2021 8:51 pm by Rokon | Last modified 1/12/2021 9:56 am by Ray Borduin | 30 views | 5 replies |

Rokon

Redirect problem after successful login and assign user level

Hello

I am having problem with the login and redirect after successful login, I already edited the code to go to $SuccessRedirect = "../admin.php?loggedIn=1";

unfortunately after a first try it redirect to the redirected page but after logout when I try to login again it does not go the redirected page rather it stay on the login page.

Also pls help me how to assign the user level as I didn't find a complete guide on this.

The necessary information for the ftp is in the PM

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

What username and password are you using to log in? I'll need that to reproduce the problem.

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Rokon

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  What username and password are you using to log in? I'll need that to reproduce the problem.  



The detail in the PM, Sometime it works and sometime it does not work and shows like
https://www.hadithbd.com/user/login.php?accesscheck=%2Fadmin.php%3F%26accesscheck%3D%252Fadmin.php%253F

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You are using the wrong access rule on the admin.php page. That access rule is for the login page to show a success message when you aren't redirecting to another page.

You should be using the MySQLi Restrict Access to page server behavior with the "authenticate" Authentication on the admin page. The FTP information you gave me doesn't seem to allow me to upload a page, but the code should look like this:

php:
<?php require_once('webassist/mysqli/authentication.php'); ?>

<?php
if (true) {
  
$RestrictAccess = new WA_MySQLi_Auth();
  
$RestrictAccess->Action "restrict";
  
$RestrictAccess->Name "authenticate";
  
$RestricAccessRedirect "user/login.php";
  if (
function_exists("rel2abs")) $RestricAccessRedirect $RestricAccessRedirect?rel2abs($RestricAccessRedirect,dirname(__FILE__)):"";
  
$RestrictAccess->FailRedirect $RestricAccessRedirect;
  
$RestrictAccess->execute();
}
?>
<!doctype html>
<html>
<head>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<title>Admin page - Secure page!</title>
</head>

<body>
    
    <h3>This is a secured page</h3>
    
    <h3><a href="user/logout.php">Logout</a></h3>
</body>
</html>
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Rokon

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  You are using the wrong access rule on the admin.php page. That access rule is for the login page to show a success message when you aren't redirecting to another page.

You should be using the MySQLi Restrict Access to page server behavior with the "authenticate" Authentication on the admin page. The FTP information you gave me doesn't seem to allow me to upload a page, but the code should look like this:

php:
<?php require_once('webassist/mysqli/authentication.php'); ?>

<?php
if (true) {
  
$RestrictAccess = new WA_MySQLi_Auth();
  
$RestrictAccess->Action "restrict";
  
$RestrictAccess->Name "authenticate";
  
$RestricAccessRedirect "user/login.php";
  if (
function_exists("rel2abs")) $RestricAccessRedirect $RestricAccessRedirect?rel2abs($RestricAccessRedirect,dirname(__FILE__)):"";
  
$RestrictAccess->FailRedirect $RestricAccessRedirect;
  
$RestrictAccess->execute();
}
?>
<!doctype html>
<html>
<head>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<title>Admin page - Secure page!</title>
</head>

<body>
    
    <h3>This is a secured page</h3>
    
    <h3><a href="user/logout.php">Logout</a></h3>
</body>
</html>
  



Well noted. Thanks.

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